December 21, 2002
Linux Network Servers: A Book Review
Linux Network Servers author Craig Hunt writes that this book is for "anyone who wants to learn how to build a departmental server or an Internet server." The author goes on to say that the book doesn't require advanced knowledge of Linux, but it does expect a basic understanding of Linux commands and system administration. I have read very few books that target the intermediate level Linux user/administrator so well and so precisely. This book is a masterful effort at providing more depth and utility than a beginner's book, while at the same time, not getting bogged down with minutia, as a more comprehensive book covering a single topic might.
Link: Linux Journal